Malgorzata Pankowska

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A Collection of 18 Scholarly Titles Specifically designed to diffuse knowledge on effective methods and strategies for successful business practice and design, on subjects ranging from technology and the application of decision-making support systems, to data analysis and the ethics of business practice. Support collection includes 18 academic titles(More)
e-Government can be defined as Internet applications for public administration processes and decision making on local, regional, national as well as cross-national level. Therefore, the strong necessity to ensure vertical and horizontal interoperation of administrative units is arrived. The main goal of the paper is to reveal how interoperability is built(More)
  • M. Pankowska
  • 2012
User participation in the development of a business information system is considered essential to the success of the system. The paper covers analysis of different approaches concerning user involvement in the process of system development. The last part of the paper includes the analysis of the empirical research results on user participation.
E-Government and e-Democracy system development is enabled by Internet technology. The implementation of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) accelerates the transformation of government institutions and their methods of operations. The use of ICTs at municipality institutions not only opens up possibilities for improving services to citizens(More)
AbstrAct The rapid development of information communication technology (ICT) encourages companies to compete. However, those competitive development goals should enable people to satisfy their own needs and enjoy a better quality of work and life without compromising the quality of life of other people and future generations. Corporate gover-nance models(More)
Complexity is a relative term. It depends on the number and the nature of interactions among the variables involved. In this paper, the evidence-based management (EBM) is considered as an approach to cope with university information system (UIS) complexity. The EBM approach permits to identify the reasons for the system existence and it deals with the "why"(More)
As consumerism rises, traditional development models are unable to quickly and accurately satisfy the needs of customer. Therefore, it is necessary that customers play a critical role in the manufacturing, research and marketing process. Companies invite them to the value exchange processes and treat them as partners in product development processes. For(More)